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said, oh my gosh. i think it found it. >> a strange phone call revealed a strange secret. >> david needed to be gotten rid of. >> a killer revealed. case closed? not quite. >> then we got the real story. >> a bombshell revelation. was she really a bereaved ex? >> i always loved him. >> or just make a black widow. >> barbara britton is in the middle. >> buried secrets. >>> thanks for joining us. i'm lester holt. for the woman at the center of the story her son disappeared and wasn't a shred of evidence of what happened to him. she may never have known his fate if not for a quick thinking rookie detective whose tools included the internet and some plain old common sense. but to solve the cold case, she would also need the help of a killer. here's keith morrison. >> it's a strange thing that happens among the marshes, the soft soil here in coastal florida. things have a way of coming up. things buried in the ground and the past, or both. it was july of 2003, beaches quiet, snow birds back up north. no one noticed first what was started inland in a town called pembroke pines where donn
electronic sales, television, certain types of computers. really are not doing well. david: as you can seee the bells are ringing. santa claus is there. too soon. ringing the closing bell as we look at the dow from the dow down the russell 2000. a great day, and a little up and down movement on the index but we ended up all in the green. lauren: today's move helped push the social media ats higher. the top earnings, facebook, linked in $0.10. david: a reflection of the ups and downs in the market, oil did the same thing. slightly ho higher today after t dropped, went negative after the cease-fire announcement. inventory finally ending up almost full percentage point. big changes have come to china. new leadership. warning the whole economy could be at risk because of that. lauren: which companies make the naughty and nice list. some retailers that were very good and some that should be pulled. david: let's tell you what drove the market with the "data download." stocks pushing higher with nasdaq and s&p posting four straight days of gains. hewlett-packard led the dow higher. the to
more gain across the board. get out and vote. david: who is that red head right in the middle? that is liz claman. not only clapping, but there she is, the most demonstrative person there. boy, oh boy. she will be here in the second half, in the meantime as she pushes the all-important nasdaq button, look at how the other indices are working out. still a solid 1% gain on the dow. still solidly in the green, liz claman pushing the bell, a good day on the trading session, a half a percent gain. so all of the board the stocks have a rally. gold, look at what happened to gold, if you think this really is about obama winning, you might think the easy money that would be coming with another term we would have a pop in gold, that is what happened with about a 2% pop in gold over the 1700 mark and then some, $16 with the gold rally today. also, steel seeing it big pop today. the play that obama would win because if romney wins a lot of people are worried about china sanctions if romney would be pushing on china harder than obama might as result steel getting a pop. see gains of 4% or
jcpenny was having. it is not good news. david: let's take a minute to listen to this. the bells are ringing on wall street and we can revel in the fact there is green on the screen. dow jones industrials up 49 points. we have not seen it in a while, nasdaq up. the russell 2000 seeing an earful percentage gain. david: the middle east are getting dicier. we will talk about it in a moment, but crude getting a boost up 1.5% today. liz: it was not enough to boost oil names, oil services and energy names, these are hitting 52-week lows. all on the downside. david: we have been focusing so much on apple because of the dramatic fall the last couple of weeks. let's look overall at nasdaq falling into correction territory six weeks in a row. the longest losing streak in four and a half years but at the end of the day pulling into the green and that is good news for monday. liz: our viewers cannot afford to miss. david carter, one of the most sought after mentor for ceos in the world will be here in the studio sharing five tips he gives for big bucks to become the best you can be. the kind
people apparently have telephone contact with somebody in the compound. >> my name is david koresh. >> david koresh. >> my name is david koresh. >> to his followers david koresh was a messiah. >> god speaks to me. >> manifestation of god in the flesh. >> we believe this man had the truth. >> reporter: but to the u.s. government, david koresh was a threat. >> machine guns and explosive devices. >> reporter: in 1993, they went to war in waco. >> this ain't america anymore when the atf has that kind of power. >> reporter: it ended in catastrophe. 86 people dead. including at least 24 children. >> there had been nothing like this before. the siege was new and unique in america law enforcement history. >> if you distrust the government, waco is going to be symbolic to a lot of people of what they really fear. >> i'm talking to you, somebody's going to get hurt. >> if he asks god for some kind of sign and god gives it, what does that mean? >> reporter: every saturday morning clive doyle and sheila martin study the bible. >> pe hold, the lord dpod will come with strong hands. >> reporter:
,000 look the at just under a point gain. david: the doubt, if not for hp, probably would be in the green. positive housing data lifting not just home builders, but also builder material names. building products like cabinets and and building systems, metal products for home construction. liz: the fall by hp today, the halo effect. listen, halo has a positive incarnation, but this does not. there's negative effects on the suppliers and the partners. you can see the names are in here. sorry, i have to move here. seagate, tip coat software is hurt, western digital as well and infosist. david: yesterday, phil said all the worry, concern about oil heading up to the hundreds is a little off because, if, in fact, if oil was going to go up, it would be up 8% yesterday. it was not up that much, and, again, fell today as predicted. down 3%. in fact, a wild ride. down over 4% at one time. a healthy decline on the price of oil today as predicted here yesterday. well, lots of people don't want to see their taxes go up, but there is a group of millionaires, you heard about them, saying bring it on. co
sandra: nowhere near the $700 higher. david: the bell ringing on wall street, look at how the indices are shaping up into a very low volume today, but interesting stock moves for individual stocks. the dow jones and s&p 500 both in the green barely so, nasdaq and russell off again just fractionally. sandra: commodities a big mover today. soybeans moving to a five-month low, seems like there is plentiful supply of the crop and south america with great weather. david: look at some of the homebuilder names amongst the worst performers again, all this enthusiasm about homebuilding that we saw in the second and third quarter kind of being left out of the balloon particularly stocks, looking at the 8% loss come to thin you think was goino happen. it had a tremendous buildup, so that is still in the green for the year, but a big drop-off on this particular day. a top strategist who says the gold craze is just getting started and if you don't play it, you shouldn't be in it. sandra: getting back into the workforce, a veteran himself joins us with a look at the extraordinary progra
yesterday and today, a lot of analysts talking about mobile ads -- david: all right, stocks in general, it looks like we may be able to avoid that triple digit loss on the dow, it's gaining a little bit from the session lows, but it was down as much as 98 points, now down about 87. looks to be coming up a little bit from the depths. all of the indices are in the red, and we're looking at nasdaq, well, they were on a roll for seven days in a row to the plus side. today they are on the downside as are all of the undie cease. liz: but it doesn't mean everything looks bad. two internet-based stocks outperformed today, groupon and yell m. groupon is up more than 27% over just the past five trading sessions. david: all right, vixx is always interesting to note, and whenever it is at a low which, indeed, the vxx is, now, this is -- remember, the vixx you can't trade on, the vxx you can. it's a volatility index, it hit a 52-week low today. some people would say perhaps that's too low, we'll have to be watching that very carefully. liz: just not a lot of fear in the market. wheat, we should loo
consumer stocks. getting a 4% bump. david: the bells are ringing on wall street. take a look at how the stocks are finishing. unfortunately into the red going into the close of the day. usually not a good sign. pretty much session lows across the board. the s&p down five an and a half points, the nasdaq down 20 points, that is the biggest loss percentage wise of all the indices. in the energy pits, by the way, natural gas, take a look at what happened. contrasting with oil, natural gas getting a big pop almost 5% pop today. lots of news of what this administration might be able to accept, they may not be negative on. awaiting earnings because the wide reach seen as an economic dull weather for the country and certainly tech stocks in particular. no progress, ballooning deficits, that is what european leaders are facing across the pond but also the situation we're facing right here at home. watch out, the u.s. could become the next grease. plus we're going back to the global leadership conference where she is surrounded by all kinds of business leaders. what do you have coming up? >>
industrials down more than 79 points early. david: would like to focus on coal and natural gas. they continued moving lower. the sector began to take a hit following the election, and has yet to find its footing. liz: take a look at nat gas. they're all moving lower. the expectation of warmer weather across much of the u.s. means less usage of natural gas, particularly in the northern midwest and we were going to get snow tomorrow under an inch. david: and we are seeing weakness the department store stocks. macy's and nordstrom's underperforming in that particular sector. liz: how about some jewelry for the holidays. a rough year, but today it is making a huge push to get consumers to buy diamonds and fine jewelry. president and ceo harvey cantor here live to tell us what those deals are including a huge giveaway they're doing and how we are doing and what kind of a halo effect they're having on the giveaway. david: and economic advisors warning middle-class tax rates to rise and failing to catch could cause consumers to spend $200 million less than they normally would next year. coming up cha
nicole: the competition is intense. david: netflix has pulled back a little bit also. it had a 10% gain yesterday based on karl icahn. the bells are ringing on wall street. look at that. all in the green. most of them, they are all of of 1% gain. that is good news all over the place. yesterday, there was a glitch getting the system back up and running. all the industries doing quite well. liz: how about the sectors perfect materials. pushing the etf's higher. the top holding in there include the freeport and dow chemicals. many of these names may be called upon to help with hurricane cindy. david: it is nice to know the coal stocks are still on fire. peabody was the best performer. this all begin to happen in the first debate. then the president tried to get in on the bandwagon as well. no matter who wins, they will be pushing coal harder than it has been over the last four years. that is a big boost. liz: and finally steal stocks. they responded to strong data. then we have data in china that help this sector. we had sales dynamics and u.s. steel, of course, as well. david: not a
david: once again from the high was 12786. we are above the high, trading at the end of the trading day. the 200 range for the dow. this is a good day. one good day that we don't want to miss. not a good gain for the dow. the nasdaq is up 2.2% on the day. a huge day for the market, you can under estimate. people like sam stovall and others about the market was ready to pop. indeed, they were right. this is healthy. about 2% of the nasdaq. liz: the volume is down. 7%. nonetheless, oil is rising to a one-month high today. the move is helping. the components -- they have big drillers. 3.75% move there. david: they have some good news in the homebuilding front today. lifting a lot of good news for the homebuilders. although there were some that were down. let's take a look at the big mover in that sector, which was this one. if you look at the one-week chart, you realize that we have barely been making up for lost ground. you don't want to underestimate hovnanian. the president has been talking with congressional and business leaders giving input on solving the nation's fiscal problems.
184, s&p 500 moving one and a third, but the russell 2000 down a full percentage point. david: though i there was the ne killing of the hamas leader that maybe the middle east would boil over again. that and other news about iran weighing heavily on oil. as you can see, it was up almost a full percentage point. liz: to move lower today pushing the exchange higher. it is the short etf. you can see it moved today and it was an opportunity to see this go higher and once it goes down you see people make money as a short it. david: the dow transports also turning negative for the entire year, the group is widely regarded as an indicator for the broader market. that is not good news. liz: continuing to bring in business leaders to share ideas on fixing the debt today coming from all over the business wor world. an impressive list of ceos coming to washington, d.c., to sit out the president and one of them fresh from the meeting to join us on the inside scoop. honeywell chairman and ceo. david: warning if congress fails, everybody's taxes will go up. representative ron paul is skeptical and
and they got a nice call from s&p with a credit upgrade. david: you can hear the bells are ringing on wall street. the end of the trading day, the last trading day before the election, and they are all in the green. again, market trying to figure out which -- what's going to happen, trying to predict what the election might mean vis-a-vis stocks. in the end, thumbs up on all of the indices. not very much so, in fact, the biggest index to the upside was the russell 2000, but the nasdaq had a nice bump as well. liz: david, look at copper. when the metals closed today, it was a mixed picture. silver and gold not bad, but copper, that metal hitting a two month low today, a lot of this is concern about a change in leadership in china and what will the stimulus plan for big infrastructures end up being. copper, of course, used for those types of construction projects. it's just a big unknown, big question mark there. david: let's keep it on commodities for a second and look at oil and gold. oil seeing a very nice bump, up 1% if you were long on oil, that's a nice thing. gold also seeing
mining. medusa. david: as michael pointed out, apple is falling again. a market cap is below 500 billion for the first time in six months. can the stock gained strength? we have william power, an analyst. as $750 price target that he is sticking with. this guy really knows apple inside now. details about what is account for this very important stock. liz: a lot of people focusing on taxes that might go up in the new year, what your waistline my shrink or maybe you have a new year's resolution to work out a little bit more to me get a new job, the usual resolutions. you are not alone. coming up to my investment place dot com editor has stock place to go with those resolutions. you have to get them started now and your portfolio if before dec. 31st. david: before all that we will tell you what drove the markets today with today's data download, stocks ended the trading day with the dow and the nasdaq posting their fourth straight day of losses. the nasdaq and russell 2000 are down 10% from their 52 week highs. this is falling into correction territory. utilities, today's worst performers.
gas pipe. david: we like those. liz: we have all learned a lot about natural gas powered generators. the bells ringing on wall street on this friday. the dow jones industrials down. the nasdaq lower. the russell 2000 down 1.5%. david: gold is not on this chart. the real blow seems to have fallen off of qe3. gold shot up because they thought we would prefer digg a lot more money. the jobs report, it was not a great report, it was just enough. liz: the down move in the market. look at the etf. it essentially bets that the market will go down. it did. today's change of nearly 2%. david: we have someone who has placed a big bet on natural gas. hoping we would have these natural gas stations all over the country. natural gas, though, down almost 4%. it is a much more volatile indicator then what happens with petroleum. liz: running on empty. hurricane sandy washing away cars, homes and boats. drivers in new york and new jersey scrambling for fuel with lines stretching for miles and miles and miles. we are live on the scene. david: could this shortage expire people to learn more about nat
david calls yes a very tough week. david: two weeks. liz: busy two weeks. we made it; right? but barely. now these numbers are still settling. we always caution you because some big trade could come through here and that could change these numbers. at the moment up and down the screen dow jones industrials seem to be eking out about 4 point gain. s&p better by 2. nasdaq up 9. russell 2000 squeezing out 1 1/4 points. david: let's talk about oil. climbing today above the $86 a level a barrel ending the week up 1.4%. some people say with all this inventory of oil, we are a wash in oil, and yet the price goes up, we will see if it continues to go in that direction next week. liz: speaking of crude, the exchange traded funds that focus on oil saw big moves today. this one's the ultra short oil etf, so when the market goes down, it doubles its money, you're able to do that. so listen, that one fell about 2 3/4 points because oil looked better today. ticker symbol sco, more than 2 points higher, 2 1/3% there. now on the flip side, ticker uco saw a nice pop there. dd let's take a look at -- dav
traders still see downsides. david: thanks, nicole. liz: there were cheers as the bell rings on wall street. dow jones industrials down 310 points. at a moment we were trying to -@climb back now back above a ls of 300 points. an important level we fell below 13,000 for the dow and the s&p 500 down 33 points. closer to the lows of the session, and the russell 2000 getting smacked losing a full 2.5%. david: i am hearing the volume at 4 billion shares, lots of volume when yo you're this downs heavily in big volume, you're in trouble. this may go further into the morning. all on-demand issues, whether the economy slows down on what will happen. seeing a drop of almost 5%. closing down $4.09 per barrel. liz: selloff began this morning. greek issues, it all happened in europe, protesters taking to the streets and the u.n. commission are saying they will have a steeper than expected recession. the european market falling pretty precipitously. you also have some losses nearly a full 2%. david: i gave you a little preview of coal. 12%, 14%, 30% to the downside. these are stocks that h
to bp, the government's latest move to block the oil giant from doing business coming up. david: time for a quick speed read of some of the day's other headlines. five stories in just a minute of the first up the securities & exchange commission is considering a lawsuit against steven cohen's hedge fund sac capital. cohen telling the investors that the sec issued a wells notice citing potential of fraud within a unit of the hedge fund. >>> government officials temporarily banning bp from new federal contracts as a result of bp's 2010 gulf oil spill and its inability to contain the oil. >>> if you're planning to fly this holiday season get ready to fork over a lot more cash. orbitz and kayak say travelers flying to top destinations will pay 8% more than last year so be prepared. >>> today's powerball jackpot climbing to record $550 million. winner taking cash option will take 360 million before taxes. the drawing is tonight at 11:00 p.m. eastern. may the odds forever be in your favor. >>> nokia suing rrsearch in motion over patents issued nine years ago. that is today's speed read. [bu
, grandma! [ male announcer ] humana. david: might be the biggest trading case of all time as steve cohen is investigated in connection with a $2.76 billion trading scheme. joining us is a former investment banker, carroll ross. talk about insider trading in general. people wonder, depends on the prosecutor, what inside trading is. do you know, can you define clearly for me who insider trading is? >> sure, dave, i'll go ahead. it's anything where there is a trade on material non-public information so information that the general public wouldn't have access to. david: let me stop you right there then. if that's so, what about a warren buffet say? %-money for the economy, but ges a private meeting with tim geithner in the height of the financial crisis and tim tells him stuff about goldman sachs. he makes a $2 billion profit. could that not be considered, from your definition, to be insider trading? >> i think that's the crux of the issue. it's very difficult to decide what's proprietary research and non-public information. i'm not sure that insider trading and having the information is a b
's action with david steinburg of capital managing partner and ron weiner, president of ibm financial group. you seem to think the global markets emerging markets in particular are still going to continue to rise. to rise. we've been hearing otherwise. why do you think that? >> good news this morning from china that their gdp is up a little bit, but exports were up a lot, but it didn't come from europe so it looks like asia and the e emerging markets hold their own. this is about 800 million people on the planet at 2020. more people, need food, more -- wellier than they've been, ever. they will eat better. they are going to buy smart phones. i think the global economy's -- the emerging market economy will pick us all up if we do get picked up. david: they hope the fed picks them up more than they've already done so. there's worry signs there's no end to the printing. john williams in which he told the journal, quote, "in terms of how far you can go, i don't think we're anywhere near that kind of limit." it seems like they are going the whole distance. >> absolutely. look, this is not -- thi
an unlikely endorsement, mitt romney from two months ago. and my guest david byrne and st. vincent have a new album called love this giant. it's a fan letter to chris christie. a new report says that paul ryan likes to shoot deer with handguns. and when he finds out who leaked that to the media that deer is going to get it. this is "the colbert report." (cheers and applause) captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcomed to report, everybody! thank you, ladies and gentlemen. stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen slarm stephen, stephen, stephen! (cheers and applause) nation, thank you so much. i am so happy you're all here with me in the wake of hurricane sandy. countedless people are still struggling. and before we go on i would like to address the millions in the tristate area without power. and i'm going to talk a little louder right now because i know their tvs aren't working. (laughter) power challenged nation, please put down the peanut butter are you licking out of your mousetrap and just listen up for a minute.
. a lot of thought. >> yeah, there's no question that i think david is right that this was an ideological election. the problem is, still, half the country didn't vote for him. and they sent a republican house back to congress. and so that's just the reality. everybody agrees we have to do something about the fiscal cliff. the question comes now, you have to agree you have to do something. how do you make this work. and the president made very clear today that investments in creating jobs, things like infrastructure and technology are not negotiable. >> with the house, we know that, he has to deal with the house. john boehner, the speaker of the house, also 25uked about the fiscal cliff and hinted for compromise. you got to listen carefully to see the compromise that could be coming. let's listen. >> it's clear, there are a lot of loopholes in the tax code, both corporate and personal. it's also clear that there are all kinds of deductions, some of which make sense, others don't. everything, everything on the revenue side and the spending side has to be looked at. >> anyway, senator chuck
are new york rockers, like most of the city, i assume they're unplugged. please welcome david byrne and st. vin set. (cheers and applause) >> hey, david, nice to see you again, hey, thanks so much for coming. >> thank you. >> david this say return trip. >> yes. >> stephen: couldn't stay away. >> couldn't stay away, the weather is good. >> stephen: it's lovely, isn't it? i love things after a disaster. they say you can't have a rainbow until you have had a once every two century storm. thank you so much for come on the show. >> thank you for having me. >> now both you live in new york, correct? >> correct. >> okay, how are you dealing, dow guys have power? >> no. >> stephen: you don't. >> or water. >> stephen: you guys are downtown. >> yeah. >> stephen: i bet all those sellouts in the upper east side don't seem so stupid do they. your artistic ties are paying for your art right now. >> we went to brooklyn to take showers. >> stephen: really? >> yeah. >> stephen: i have a shower in my office if you want to -- >> annie. >> stephen: go up there. >> can i borrow it. >> stephen: why don't all th
the scandal that's led to david petraeus resigning from the cia. that's certainly not the first sex scandal to bring down someone in washington, it certainly won't be the last. but tonight there are growing questions about the timing of how the word got out, whether more people in the government should have been told or been told sooner that the fbi was investigating a case involving the director of the cia. we're keeping them honest as we do every night not to take sides, you can get that on other cable news channels, but to look for the truth, the facts. here's what we know right now about who knew what and when. according to "wall street journal" the fbi discovered the affair between petraeus and his biographer, paula broadwell, in late summer. we'll have more on how in just a moment. so the fbi reportedly knew in late summer that the head of the cia was having an affair, but it wasn't until months later after election day that president obama found out, and the house and senate intelligence committees didn't find out until friday. congressional leaders from both parties are angry, they
reason seous investors archoosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. david: time for a quick speed read of some of the day's other headlines, five stories in a minute. ranbaxy laboratories is halting production of its generic version of cholesterol drug lipitor. this comes after the pharmaceutical company found glass particles, you don't want them in a bottom of anything you have involving medicine. >>> german lawmakers approving $151 billion bail yet package for greece. they came to cut the debt load 124% to gdp. that is down where it is. >> ford fusion named its green car of the year. they won on the basis of fuel efficiency and multiple power train apshuns. >>> apple announcing china launch date for the new gadgets. they will sell the ipad mini on december 7th and the iphone five on the 14th. >>> u.s. birth rate hit a record low in 2011. 62.3 babies per 1000 women roughly half of what it was during the baby boom. that folks, is today's speed read. so have more babies. have more babies. [buzzer] liz: glass in lipitor. david: no, don't want glass in lipitor. that
glk350 for $399 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. david: it is time for a look at today's market drivers. it was a wild day on wall street as traders weighed comments from capitol hill on the debt talks against a slew of positive economic data. all three major indices ended the session in the green and all 10 s&p sectors finished higher for the second day in a row. this is something we haven't seen in more than five months. >>> meanwhile the national association of realtors reporting that pending home sales rose by 5.2% in october. a month earlier and 13.2% year-over-year. this marks the 18th straight year-over-year gain and that is good news. >>> big action in the commodities pits. oil ending a three session losing streak rallying almost 2% and bold rallied from the biggest drop in three weeks jumping more than $10, liz. liz: after a $35 drop yesterday. treasury secretary tim geithner just ended his meeting with congressional leaders today. nancc pelosi was last one to about fiscal cliff. david: our next guest says leaders in washington are not the only ones that can he
average of 1360. i jumped in front of the frame. i was selling to avalanche david talked about the vix coming in and markets deteriorated. the reason is people like me to dip their toes in, professional option traders selling downside money put them the right to buy -- dave: i want to tell what they're looking at beside you on the screen. groupon numbers are out. i want to -- hold on a second. let's have robert gray give us details what the numbers say clearly after-hours the market doesn't like it. robert: that is right. coming in, disappointing on both levels. revenue $568,600,000 below the estimated 590.1. also no profit, no loss. big fat 0 on the bottom line for groupon. the estimate was for $0.03 profit. taking a look at their forecasts for revenue putting out a number like 625 to $675 million and they would be that on the upper level for the current quarter and their saving grace as i see stock coming of of the loews it is 5% initially down 3%. dave: you have been a seller of the stock. i have been talking about this and use it was a bomber from the ipo. >> look at the competitio
to the program. this evening an analysis of the david petraeus resignation with began, with david ignatius, martha raddatz and a norah o'donnell. >> he watch his reputation so well but he allowed paula broadwell all of this access. all of us had access to general petraeus over the years when he wants us around and tell us something. but this was different. he really allowed her to go everywhere with him. he talked to her all the time. i've talked to many aides, they were concerned about it in afghanistan. they were concerned how it looked, the optics of having this woman all the time. they described her as gushy and inapoprie tkingbout his thoughts. you've seen her on several programs over the last week. and things she was saying about him. that made them uncomfortable. >> well like martha, i've known him for about a decade, covered him in these war jones. he's a disciplined man, a man with incredible force of will. as much as we talk about his counterinsurgency doctrine, when i think about what happened in iraq, it was really david trae' will pow inhat battle space in the way he
. there's just too much there about what's going on. >> rose: david? >> i just would caution norah on one detail in that account, which is that it was petraeus that ended the affair, whatever it ended. >> this is in "the washington post," i'm just quoting "the washington post." >> i understand that. >> rose: david's newspaper. >> it's my newspaper but i didn't write that story. it's my understanding that that may actually not be accurate. but that the ending may have been prompted by broadwell. the truth is we don't know about that but my information is a little different from what was printed in the paper. >> rose: go ahead, continue david. >> well i think, you know, the issue that would concern the fbi and would make this something significant is whether our cia director, the person who knows more secrets than anyone else in the u.s. government isn't in any way under a threat, under pressure from somebody else such that he would be vulnerable, you know, blackmail overstatements it. but what's he under, under duress in some way during the time he had this undisclosed relationship with
or two. what did you think of that speech, david? >> it was excellent. it brought me back to actually the des moines -- the iowa thisn there was a narrowing of the constituency so that you really were operating within very confined space if you wanted to get the nomination on the republican side, for example. and even on the democratic side there was a lot of kind of holding your hands and feet to the fire if you're going to run and not hear other points of view on the lying thing there was a lot of that going on. was it greater than what we've mean? the past or do we have a greater awareness? i can't say. >> i think one of the things that links both the cultural and political side here is american democracy has worked best when we have been -- we, everybody, has been fully engaged in it. it's a jacksonian idea. that elections are not the end of something. they're the beginning of something. one of the things, has anyone heard this word "mandate" at all this year? except as maybe what chris chriie and president obama went on? aside from that it's not -- it hasn't been part of the conv
haga el general david petraeus es noticia, hoy habló ante el congreso, david petraeus habló del ataque al consulado de estados unidos en bengashy, como nos cuenta lourdes meluzá esto contradice las primeras versiones del gobierno, que era una protesta por una película anti-islamica. >>> el ex director de la cia, david petraeus, testificó ante el congreso que el ataque al consulado de estados unidos en libia fue por un ataque terrorista, y no por una protesta por la película anti-islamica. >>> desde el principio nos dijo que fue un ataque terrorista, no lo recuerdo así. >>> otros dicen que siempre se habló de la presencia de extremistas. >>> no hubo una protesta, pero sí hubo personas que aprovecharon el momento y atacaron. >>> ayer se vio el video del ataque y escucharon por horas a david petraeus en salones subterráneos para evadir a la prensa. >>> la critican, porque ella tuvo la tarea de salir a explicar lo que había ocurrido en ese momento, con los datos que se tenían. >>> pero los puntos que la cia elaboró, dijo david petraeus, nadie sabe cuándo y cómo cambió la info
david petraeus' will power in that battle space in the way he changed people's expectations what was possible, what was striking. so to see a man of that intensity get involved with another very intense person paula broadwell, i'm surprised by the lack of discipline. you can see those two as kind of a match for each other, at least momentarily. >> rose: but first an excerpt from our conversation with the woman in question, paula broadwell when she appeared on this program to promote her book. what was it that you intended to do in the dissertation that resulted in the book. what were you looking for? >> charlie i wanted to use petraeus as a case somebody, somebody that's a maverick within an institution can galvanize institutional change. i wanted to see what was his specific role in helping to change and update our doctrine, the counterinsurgency doctrine, how he shapes the organization of our fighting forces, the training and equipment of those forces. i proposed to him he would be one of sell case studies and he agreed. >> rose: how is he different. >> i think he's willing t
the dawn man: david defined these cultures -- the music culture, a show biz culture, the motion picture culture. he defined it, he built it. he shifted the shape and nature and methodology of the modern record business. he's our patron, you know. the medici -- medici of rock and roll. ♪ the sky is clearing ♪ and the night has gone out ♪ geffen: now, i don't think people get to be successful without ambition. and i don't think people get to be successful unless they have very strong egos. but i don't see either of those words, either "ambition" or "ego," as pejorative words. man: there isn't anybody who's had the kind of career that he has had, that crosses so many parts of arts and entertainment. he sees opportunities to put people together and do things that other people didn't see. that's why he's david geffen. and we're not. man: if he wanted something, he was gonna get it. nothing and no one was gonna stop him. one way or another, he would outsmart you, out-talk you, or out-yell you. his dog bites, and it doesn't always growl first. david comes right at ya. okay? you know, whe
of confidence that he's getting ahead of a romney wave, david, or a desperate attempt to find a path to the presidency that does not include this state that you and i are both in, ohio. david? >> jake tapper here in ohio with me tonight. jake and i have been crisscrossing each other, covering both of these campaigns. >>> and with the race this close tonight, it will all come down to which campaign can get the vote out. in one cleveland suburb today, we discovered that dueling campaigns can actually watch one another from across the street. we're here at the obama-biden field office in one of the suburbs surrounding cleveland, and just to give you an idea of how crucial these votes are in the suburbs, how competitive both campaigns are for these votes, i wanted to show you how long it would take us to get from the obama field office to the romney field office. we literally drove down the parking lot and, well, look across the street. there's romney-ryan. how are you? >> good to see you. >> reporter: few days left. and that's where we started, with the team trying to unseat the preside
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